Alt Life Co-Working Space In Dharamkot Has An Amazing View Of The Kangra Valley & FREE Wi-Fi!

by Kanika Sharma

Ever thought of your work station will have a view of the Kangra Valley? Seems like a distant dream when you are stationed in corporate offices overlooking concrete jungles. But what if we told you that we found a co-working space in Himachal Pradesh that will give you just the right spot for all your fresh thoughts to flow in! Amazing right?

A Hostel Perfect For WFH

A view of the Dhauladhar ranges on one side, and Kangra valley on the other. With that kind of view, you might think it makes for an ideal vacation spot. But if you steer yourself away from the cubicles and the tall buildings, the green surroundings will bring to you a fresh perspective! Presenting Alt Life Hostels.

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Located not too far from McLeod Ganj, Alt Life has four private rooms and 8 dorm rooms. The property also has a cafe and a co-working space that can accommodate upto 70 people. One dorm room is dedicated to females only and can accommodate upto 6 travellers. The occupancy varies in some of the dorm rooms, based on the cost.

Other Facilities

If you think you would have to struggle with connectivity issues, then fret not. They offer FREE WI-FI! There is also a dedicated common area where you can meet fellow travellers and exchange stories. They also have a travel desk that operates 24 hours in order to make sure that backpackers do not face issues.

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From night-activities like bonfires, and impromptu music sessions, to board games and puzzles they have it all. And if you are someone who travels light then don’t worry you will always have a fresh pair to change into because they have a laundry service too!

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Furthermore, take a break from your work schedule and step out to explore one of the most popular hill stations in the country. Visit the Norbulinka Institute that gives you an insight into the Tibetan history. Trek to Triund and absorb the gorgeous view of the Dhauladhar range; or best, just get lost in the woods! But do make sure you find your way back…